Monthly Archives: April 2016

Digitalism premiere video for latest single ‘Go Time’ + reveal Mumbai Science remix

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Digitalism

Electronic duo Digitalism have premiered the video for their new single Go Time. A driving bass sets the scene for climatic 80’s punk-pop synths, with the German duo sounding more Psychedelic Furs and steering more towards the Eno side of the spectrum than ever. You can watch the video via YouTube below. Go Time is the first official single lifted from their forthcoming album ‘Mirage,’ which will be out… Read more »

Hooded Fang shares new track ‘Dead Battery’

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Hooded Fang

Toronto’s Hooded Fang share another cut from their forthcoming album ‘Venus On Edge,’ which will be out on May 13 via the band’s own Daps Records. Stream Dead Battery via SoundCloud below.   Hooded Fang have been a force in Canadian music and beyond for the last few years. To their enormous credit, they continue to blast their sound to smithereens before picking up the most jagged… Read more »

Cornelius announce reissue for groundbreaking ‘Fantasma’ album

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Cornelius

Cornelius is the brainchild of Japanese multi-instrumentalist Keigo Oyamada. Performing music since his teens, Oyamada created his creative alter-ego (the name is an homage to the Planet of the Apes), in the early 1990’s from the ashes of his previous project, Flipper’s Guitar. With the 1997 release of ‘Fantasma,’ Cornelius gained international recognition for his cut and paste style reminiscent of American counterparts… Read more »

Label Obscura to reissue Manon Meurt debut EP

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Manon Meurt

Upstart Canadian imprint Label Obscura has announced the vinyl reissue of the debut EP by Czech Republic shoegaze/ noise pop quartet Manon Meurt, making it available in North America for the first time. Manon Meurt have played alongside The Raveonettes, The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, LSD and the Search for God, and My Bloody Valentine. During the soundcheck for the latter, while Kevin Shields was… Read more »

Buzz Records & Noisey announce NO FEST

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No Fest

Buzz Records and Noisey have announced the inaugural edition of NO FEST, a two day festival that will be taking place at The Garrison in Toronto, Ontario on June 17th and 18th, 2016. NO’s focus is to pair strong local talent and up and coming international touring acts, with a DIY ethos and a focus on accessibility. The festival is run by Buzz Records… Read more »